Beach Enclave Turks & Caicos' roster of villa resort properties may fit the bill if high-end vacationing is on travelers' wish lists.
Given the rates charged per villa, the 15% commission to travel advisors will appeal to that audience, as well.
Beach Enclave is an investor, developer and premium property manager of private, oceanfront enclaves in the Turks and Caicos. Beach Enclave North Shore debuted in November 2016 with three oceanview and six beachfront villas, according to Vasco Borges, its CEO. These villas range from four to five bedrooms each.
Beach Enclave Long Bay opened in November 2018 and currently offers five villas, each with five to seven bedrooms. Ground was broken in late November on its phase II project, which includes several smaller standalone beach houses, a 24-unit Club building and seven Club Residences.
Beach Enclave Grace Bay plans to open next November with 10 beachfront villas on 10 acres. Bookings will open in May.
Many of these villas are privately owned but are available on a rental basis when not owner-occupied.
"Every villa has butler service and guests can request the services of a chef," Borges said. "Our villa sizes range from four to eight bedrooms and each villa has two master bedrooms. Each location has a resort manager, watersports, a kids' program, outdoor showers, a pool, a full kitchen, decks and all resort amenities. Both North Shore and Grace Bay has or will have a restaurant."
An onsite concierge team can arrange transfers and customize personal tours ahead of arrival.
Close to 70% of all bookings currently come through travel advisors, with the main markets hailing from the U.S. and Canada for bookings for families and groups of friends, according to Borges.
Rates start at $3,700 per night in a four-bedroom villa.